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The State College and University Professional Association (SCUPA)/PSEA/NEA, is the exclusive representative of all the employees of the State System of Higher Education [employer] in the Unit:


A subdivision of the employer unit comprised of but not limited to all full-time and regular part-time professional employees classified as State University Administrators; Grant Funded Coordinators; and excluding nonprofessional employees, first level supervisors, supervisors, management level employees, confidential employees, and guards, as defined in the Act.

We are the professionals who are the Assistant and Associate Directors of Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Activities, Residence Life, Judicial, Registrars, Tutorial and Academic Assistance Services, Career Services, Alumni Relations and grant funded programs to name some of our State University Administrator positions.
 

2012 - 2014 SCUPA Officers

President: Fran Cortez Funk

Vice President: Brian Graham

Secretary: Betsy Clark

Treasurer: Todd Spaulding

Membership Chair: Rita Miller


  

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Retroactive Pay/Step dates - Thursday, January 31, 2013

1. The GPI for this year, retroactive, will be made on the February 8, 2013 pay. 

2.  Step movement and retroactive pay will take place on the February 22, 2013 pay.

 
Contract has been signed - Monday, January 28, 2013
On January 24, 2013, the TA was signed by the BOG and SCUPA leadership in Harrisburg. The next step is to print contracts and distribute them. We are also working on obtaining the info in regards to back pay. 
PASSHE Statement on Negotiations 9-18-2012 - Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Click the link below to view the new statement from PASSHE concerning the negotiations.  If the link does not work, the page is located at: 

http://www.passhe.edu/inside/ne/SitePages/PASSHEnews9-18-12.html

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New Officers Announced - Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The 2012 Election Results are listed below.  Congratulations to our new officers, and Thank you for all of you who submitted your name for the ballot!

Election results 2012.pdf

 
WCU Rally 3/22 - Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Here's a video from the 3/22 rally at WCU.  SCUPA was aksed to speak with APSCUF.  Solidarity is our best asset!
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State Treasurer speaks about the impact of the Budget cuts to PASSHE - Sunday, March 20, 2011
The impact on the state backed 529 plans could eat up any savings....
Read more!
http://www.dailylocal.com/articles/2011/03/20/news/srv0000011198228.txt
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Chronicle Article about Budget cuts in PA - Thursday, March 10, 2011
Budget cuts stun PASSHE - Wednesday, March 09, 2011
The attached article from the Pcono Record is echoed across the state - expecting a 10% cut, PASSHE is faced with a 50% cut.  read more ...
PASSHE Retirement Incentive Program (RIP) Info - Saturday, March 20, 2010
The Philadelphia Business Journal has the following article with information about the upcoming program:  RIP info
 http://philadelphia.bizjournals.com/philadelphia/stories/2010/03/15/daily45.html
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SCUPA Member at Large results announced - Friday, June 26, 2009

Congratulations to the four newly elected SCUPA Members-at-Large

Diana Brush  - Clarion University (91 votes)

Larry Watts - Mansfield University  (88 votes)

Rita Miller - Millersville University (85 votes)

Gretchen Osterman - Bloomsburg University (84 votes)

 

 
Updated Sick Bank Information 4/2008 - Friday, May 22, 2009
Attached are updated guidelines and information about the SCUPA Sick Bank procedure. read more ...
Salary Implementation Schedule for new contract - Wednesday, August 06, 2008
The contract has been ratified by 97% of the membership vote with the Board of Governors voting unanimously to accept the contract.

Pay Date 8/15/08 - Cash Payment $1,250 (full time) $625 (part time)
                               Increment (2.5% for those still going through the step schedule)
                               Cash Payment of $500 for those at top of scale

Pay Date 8/29/08   General Pay increase 3%

Pay Date 9/12/08   Increment (2.5% for those still going through the step schedule)
 
TENTATIVE AGREEMENT Details Available! - Friday, June 20, 2008
Click HERE for the details of the April 12 Tentative Agreement between SCUPA and PASSHE
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Sick Bank Application updated - Wednesday, February 06, 2008
The Sick Bank Application has been updated and appears as a link at the bottom of this page.

Sick Leave Bank Committee
Ms. Susan Kastner -Millersville University (Chair)
Ms. Tiffany Coffen - IUP
Mr. John Watkins - California University of PA
Ms. Jean Downing - Bloomsburg University of PA
Ms. Edna Torres - Edinboro University
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PASSHE to explore early retirement, buyout offers. - Monday, February 08, 2010

Pennsylvania state university system to explore early retirement, buyout offers  (PennLive.com article 2/2/10) 

Click  HERE

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 RESOURCES Minimize
 TitleOwnerCategoryModified DateSize 
SCUPA Pay Option Window correspondance4/3/201087.76 KBDownload
Level Characteristics  6/26/2009994.12 KBDownload
Allocation Guide  6/26/20092.44 MBDownload

  

 Announcements Minimize
OUR Fearless Leaders!!! - Monday, November 05, 2012

Fran Cortez Funk (SCUPA President) and Nate Greenawalt (Scupa's PSEA Rep)

 

Frank DeStefano (Outgoing SCUPA President 2006-2012) and Fran Cortez Funk (SCUPA President 2012-2014)

 

  

 A Message from Your SCUPA President Minimize

 

Dear SCUPA members,

With confidence and on the behalf of the State SCUPA Executive Committee, I would like to welcome you to a new academic year. I want to share with you some recent developments that have occurred with SCUPA. Last weekend I received news from our President Larry Watts that he has decided to resign the President position of SCUPA because he is unable to fully perform his presidential duties. Larry has served our members for decades with his proven commitment to the members of SCUPA. He believes it is in the best interest of SCUPA to resign at this time, so our organization can move forward.

As your Vice President, with confidence I have accepted the role as President. In my most recent election bio, I indicated that in the past few years I have been preparing for an executive role. I bring to you my leadership: my formal education in Labor Relations, past union staff experience, my higher education experience as the Kutztown University Campus Representative, and my hands on experience as a recent 2012 graduate from the National Education Association’s Emerging Leadership Academy.

In my first few days as your President, I was charged with the task of filling three executive committee vacancies: Vice President that was vacated by myself, Secretary because in the beginning of this school year Amber Sherman Racchini left the bargaining unit at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and the vacant Member at Large position that was vacated by Larry Watts when he became President.
I am amazed with the commitment and willingness of current and past SCUPA leadership who have extended their expertise, history, and willingness to assist in our transition. To find the words to express the strength and commitment of our SCUPA members can be best described as “Inspiring.” I reviewed and consulted with our seasoned State SCUPA leaders and with our due diligence we reviewed our by-laws. I am pleased to share with you that all three appointments have accepted with eagerness to join the new SCUPA Executive Committee.

Vice President- Brian Graham, Slippery Rock
“I am privileged and honored to serve you in the capacity of Vice President. I have been an active member since my inception at Slippery Rock University in 1997. I have filled numerous roles while a member who include member at large and interim campus president. I am self-taught regarding reclassification procedures and grievances, and very knowledgeable about these processes. I have always been a vocal voice as a SCUPA member and I will continue to have the same mentality and fortitude as I represent all members of SCUPA. Thank you and I look forward to working with you.”

Secretary- Betsy Clark, California
“Betsy Clark has been SCUPA campus president at Cal U for about two years and a SCUPA member since hired. She has served on hiring committees, University Forum, as well as the Chair for the University Budget Committee. She has experience in grievances and appeals and formed two SCUPA member run committees on campus for grievances and classification. Betsy is passionate about the role of SCUPA and serving the members.”

Membership at Large-Rick Dulaney, California
“Rick Dulaney has agreed to accept the appointment of member-at-large. Rick has been an active member of SCUPA since 1992. He has served as SCUPA Vice President and Treasurer for many years. He continues to be a PSEA, Southern Region Representative to PAHE (Pennsylvania Association of Higher Education) and PSEA, Inter-Group Relations Commission.”

I would like to welcome Brian, Betsy, and Rick to SCUPA’s executive team and applaud their commitment in serving our SCUPA members in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania effective 9/24/2012.

With Solidarity,

Frances C. Cortez Funk
President SCUPA PSEA/ NEA 


  
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You can now follow SCUPA on Twitter! - Tuesday, January 29, 2013

 

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Membership  Membership Minimize

Members
are full dues-paying employees. Members have full voting rights and are eligible to hold elected office at the campus and/or state level. Members receive PSEA and NEA benefits and discounts, and access at to the secure section of the SCUPA website. Members are eligible to participate in your campus listserv.

Fair-Share Fee Payers (non-members)
receive representation from PSEA and a copy of the contract. They are not eligible to vote, nor hold office at any level. FS Participants do not receive PSEA nor NEA benefits and discounts, and are allowed only public access to the SCUPA website. FS Participants are NOT eilgible to participate in your campus listserv.

How to Become a SCUPA Member
Each Campus President (or your campus’s Membership Chairperson) meets with all newly-hired SUA employees to discuss what SCUPA/PSEA/NEA does and the importance and benefits of membership.  The Campus President or Membership Chair assists the new employee in completing their membership enrollment forms. 

 1) Complete a PSEA New Member Enrollment Form

 2) Complete the Dues Deduction Authorization Form

 


  
CONTRACT  CONTRACT Minimize

FULL CONTRACTS HAVE NOT BEEN PRINTED YET. YOU CAN OPEN or LINK TO THE CONTRACT BELOW.

SCUPA Contract available HERE   <----------------- click link

OR LINK to contract here on PASSHE site http://www.passhe.edu/inside/hr/syshr/Bargaining_Agreements/scupa_agr.pdf  

LINKS to other Union websites:

APSCUF (Faculty)  http://www.apscuf.com/index.html

PASSHE listing of Bargaining Units  HERE


  

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House of Delegates - Philly 2012 - Saturday, December 01, 2012

House of Delegates - Philly 2012

Pictured here are (L-R): Fran Cortez Funk (SCUPA President), Mike Crossey (PSEA President), Betsy Clark (SCUPA Secretary).

Rick Dulaney (SCUPA Member at Large), Todd Spaulding (SCUPA Treasurer and Clarion SCUPA President) and Rita Miller (SCUPA Membership Chair and Millersville SCUPA President) also attended the House of Delegates.

 

  

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